HarperCollins College Outline World History to 1648
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Medieval Western Europe
Medieval India and Southeast Asia
Medieval East Asia
Renaissance and Reformation
Abbasid Africa agricultural Anatolia Arab architecture aristocracy army battle became Buddhism Byzantine empire Central Eurasian century B.C. China Chinese Christianity Church cities city-states civilization Classical collapse Confucian conquered conquest Constantinople created cultural Daoist decline defeated developed dominated dynasty early East eastern Europe economic Egypt Egyptian emperor Eurasian nomads European eventually feudal forms fundamental Germanic gods Greece Greek Han dynasty Hellenistic Hephthalite Hindu Hinduism ideology imperial important India Indo-European invasion Iran Iranian Islamic world Italy kingdoms kings land literature major Maya medieval Mediterranean merchants Mesoamerica Mesopotamia migrations military Mongol Muslim nomads North northern numerous Olmec Ottoman period Persian philosophy political reforms region religion religious Renaissance ritual river role Roman empire Rome rule rulers Sasanid sixteenth century Slavic Slavs social society Southeast Asia southern steppe survived temples throughout tion trade traditional tribes Turkish Turks ultimately Umayyad valley warlords wealth western worship Xiongnu Zoroastrianism